WW2 - German Railway guns in action

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+7 1. FatHorse commented 12 years ago

I'm pretty sure Hitler was overcompensating for something else... something very small...! :|
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+5 2. fulmar commented 12 years ago

lol, the world's insane.

Don't think it is... watch the video agaain, with emphasise on the overly humungous shooter. :D
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+10 3. banzemanga commented 12 years ago

People usually thing that this thing is out of a Hollywood movie. But it is the other way around, movies are based on some information from our reality.
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-4 4. kozy commented 12 years ago

shame they didn't have starcraft, maybe wws would never happen
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+2 5. moese commented 12 years ago

#1 it's true that hitler only had one testicle after he was wounded in WW1.
It's reported that his first question after the surgery was: "Will I be able to beget children?"
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+2 6. cameramaster commented 12 years ago

Its a bloody good job they didn't have "auto loading "....the story may well have had a different outcome.
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+2 7. c0mmanderKeen commented 12 years ago

#1 These guns are from WW1. Hitlers was definately compensating with his Nuremberg building projects though...

#5 This is a myth and most likely false. Google can enlighten you
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+4 8. jeffy commented 12 years ago

Great footage . Remembers anyone why the Krupp war factory was dominating the war weaponry of the time .
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+7 9. LightAng3l commented 12 years ago

So much effort wasted on killing other people... We could have gotten to Mars a long time ago if we where as dedicated to exploring our Solar System as we are dedicated to war.
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+2 10. sfry513 commented 12 years ago

only see one problem with that design, you can't aim right or left....might be a problem
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+3 11. desertstorm commented 12 years ago

Oh, you think these were big for Hitler to compensate for something? :) Then you don't know the story of Heavy Gustaf and Dora guns. Google them, it is worth it! They were ultimately ridiculous! :) My favorite part is Heavy Gustaf firing 48 rounds, after which its barrel worn out and had to be sent back for relining. :x
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-6 12. Raksi commented 12 years ago

So... Hitler was bad?... And poverty, famine, genocide, ignorance nowaday is good?...
Yeah right...
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-3 13. snus69 commented 12 years ago

#10 yes for sure they were so stupid to build a canon that shots only in one direction...
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-2 14. FatHorse commented 12 years ago

#12 ok so all of that happening today make Hitler Good??? Yeah right...

Rwanda was AT LEAST as bad as Hitler, but that doesn't change the fact Hitler was one of the most evil leader in the last thousand years...

Oh and... You're a moron... :| >:)
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-2 15. sgtstone5 commented 12 years ago

bad gun short tube life fixed positicn to meany troops to man it
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+4 16. sux2bu commented 12 years ago

Many of the really large rail cannons were positioned on a set of tracks that were curved so that by moving the cannon forward or back around the curve the direction of fire could be changed.
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0 17. cyberdevil commented 12 years ago

Huuuuuuuuuuuuuge. :O